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Summary: 161 B.R. 927 (1993) In re Fred A. NAHAS and Virginia Nahas, his wife, Debtors. A.K. NAHAS SHOPPING CENTER, INC., Plaintiff, v. Mary REITMEYER, Trustee for Fred A. Nahas and Virginia Nahas, his wife, Defendants. [1] The Shopping Center was named after Debtor Fred Nahas's father, Albert K. Nahas, who died on September 22, 1976. Fred Nahas testified that in executing the lease he and his wife were acting as agents of Tamam Nahas. [2] On August 29, 1980, Tamam Nahas conveyed 407 State Street to more.

Summary: 360 B.R. 89 (2006) In re Marvin T. YOUNGER and Denise Craig-Younger, Debtors. Marvin T. Younger and Denise Craig-Younger, Plaintiffs, v. Pennsylvania Resources Corporation, First Liberty Financial Services, Inc., Conseco Finance Consumer Discount Co., Conseco Finance Home Equity Loan Trust 2002-C, U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee, EMC Mortgage Company, Greentree Financial Corporation, and Ronda J. Winnecour, Defendants. Facts and Background: David Colecchia ("Colecchia"), counsel for more.

Summary: 64 B.R. 770 (1986) In re FSC CORPORATION, Debtor. FSC CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. MELLON BANK, N.A., Trustee, Defendant. (2) for or on account of an antecedent debt owed by the debtor before such transfer was made; On the date the debentures were purchased (prior to August 1, 1980) a debt was created by and between said debenture holders and FSC Corporation.

Summary: 234 B.R. 52 (1999) In re Christopher PASSODELIS, Sr., Debtor. Francis M. Woods, Louis Woods, and Rose Marie Woods, his wife, Rose Mary Woods and Rosella Stephen, Plaintiffs, v. Christopher Passodelis, and C.P. Financial Services, Inc., and C.P. Real Estate, Penn Mutual Insurance Company, John M. Mouganis, Richard Snebold and The Mouganis/Snebold Agency, William C. Passodelis and Christopher Passodelis, Jr. AND NOW, this 21st day of May, 1999, upon consideration of (A) the motions, raised in the more.

Summary: 341 B.R. 514 (2006) In re SARGENT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Debtor. Sargent Electric Company, the instant debtor (hereafter "the Debtor"), brought a pre-petition breach of contract action against the Jefferson County Commission (hereafter "Jefferson County") in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama (hereafter "the Debtor's *516 Action"). Because a reorganization plan for the Debtor has since been confirmed in the instant case, and since the Committee thereby has been more.

Summary: 30 B.R. 737 (1983) In the Matter of HOLIDAY MEAT PACKING INC., Debtor. It was agreed that the beef would be shipped to the debtor but it would *739 not be invoiced until February, 1981, when it was anticipated it would have more need for the product, and although the plaintiff's sales manager states it was understood the debtor held possession subject to his order, it was clear the debtor was obligated to pay for it at the contract price (June 26th transcript, pages 47, 48) and plaintiff sent more.

Summary: 375 B.R. 165 (2007) In re TITUS & McCONOMY, LLP, a Pennsylvania Limited Liability Partnership, formerly known as and/or also known as Titus & McConomy, a Pennsylvania General Partnership, Debtor. Titus & McConomy, LLP, a Pennsylvania Limited Liability Partnership, formerly known as and/or also known as Titus & McConomy, a Pennsylvania General Partnership, Movant, v. TrizecHahn Gateway, LLC, Respondent. TrizecHahn Gateway, LLP ("Trizec"), LLP, has filed a proof of claim in the amount of $3,274, more.

Summary: 112 B.R. 754 (1990) In re David Edward HOWE and Joan Francis Howe, Debtors. David Edward HOWE and Joan Francis Howe, Plaintiffs, v. EQUITABLE GAS COMPANY, Defendant. The matter before the Court in this Chapter 11 proceeding is a Complaint to Set Aside Preference (Complaint) filed by David Edward Howe and Joan Francis Howe, Debtors-in-Possession (Debtors). While this section lists several criteria for qualification as an avoidable preference, the only one at issue between the parties is 11 more.

Summary: 378 B.R. 473 (2007) In re Timothy SEIVERS, Debtor. Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service, Movant v. Timothy J. Seivers, Respondent. Introduction Timothy J. Seivers ("Debtor" or "Mr. Seivers") filed a voluntary Petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on March 7, 2005. All but approximately $2,000 of the total amount of the claim arises from civil penalties imposed against the Debtor as a responsible officer of Seivers Enterprises, Inc. ("SE I"), under 26 U.S.C., § 6672. On more.

Summary: 88 B.R. 706 (1988) In re TARASI & TIGHE a/k/a d/b/a Tarasi, Tighe, Tierney, Johnson a/k/a Tarasi, Tierney & Johnson P.C., Louis M. Tarasi, Jr., Tarasi, Tighe, Tierney & Johnson a/k/a d/b/a Employee Profit Sharing Plan, Trustees Tarasi & Tighe. In summary, the findings of February 24, 1988, are that the petitioning creditor's right to receive the vested portion of the plan fund was contingent on various events which had not occurred; that the plan had no creditors; that neither the corporation's more.

Summary: 379 B.R. 558 (2007) In re Michael W. OWENS, Sr., Debtor. Michael W. Owens, Sr., Plaintiff, v. United States of America, Internal Revenue Service, Defendant. Debtor Michael Owens has brought this adversary action to avoid federal tax liens of the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) against his exempted interest in the marital residence, which he owns with his non-debtor spouse as a tenant by the entirety. We conclude that debtor may avoid in accordance with § 549(a) several more.

Summary: 156 B.R. 19 (1993) In re George Gilbert HENDRICKSON, Sr., ind. d/b/a George and Sons Trucking and Lulu Ardella Hendrickson, Debtors. James R. WALSH, esq., Trustee of the Bankruptcy Estate of George G. Hendrickson, Sr., ind. d/b/a George and Sons Trucking and Lulu A. Hendrickson, Plaintiff, v. George G. HENDRICKSON, Sr., ind. and d/b/a George and Sons Trucking and Lulu A. Hendrickson, husband and wife, Defendants. Facts George Hendrickson (hereinafter "Debtor") and his wife, Lulu A. Hendrickson,[ more.

Summary: 124 B.R. 451 (1991) In re PITTSBURGH CUT FLOWER COMPANY, INC., Debtor. COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED CREDITORS FOR PITTSBURGH CUT FLOWER COMPANY, INC., Plaintiff, v. Byron H. HOOPES, Defendant. Before the Court is a Complaint filed by The Committee Of Unsecured Creditors ("Committee") of Pittsburgh Cut Flower Company, Inc. to recover preferential and/or fraudulent transfers and to subordinate claim of Byron H. Hoopes ("defendant"). The Committee alleges that Pittsburgh Cut Flower Company, Inc. (" more.

Summary: 391 B.R. 565 (2008) In re Bruce S. FIGLER, Debtor. DirecTV, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Bruce S. Figler, Defendant. FACTS DirecTV, Inc., initiated civil litigation against Bruce S. Figler ("Debtor") on May 21, 2004, alleging violations of the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984, 47 U.S.C. § 521, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986, 18 U.S.C. § 2510, and 18 Pa.Cons.Stat. No. 13, and on March 28, 2008, a hearing was held at which the parties were ordered to meet and confer in an effort more.

Summary: 87 B.R. 376 (1988) In re Mark TARLE, Debtor. Presently before this Court is Plaintiff's objection to the Debtor's discharge, wherein he avers that the Debtor (1) concealed and transferred property within one year of filing bankruptcy in order to hinder, delay or defraud creditors; and (2) knowingly and fraudulently made a false oath. At the first meeting of creditors, on August 15, 1985, Plaintiff questioned the omission of certain items from Debtor's petition, i.e. a 1973 truck and tools used more.

Summary: 88 B.R. 721 (1988) In re Paul R. ZUNICH d/b/a Zunich's Nursery & Garden Center, and Susan L. Zunich, Debtors. Debtors filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition on January 6, 1988. Debtors' counsel sent a letter to creditor's counsel on January 8, 1988, reminding counsel of the bankruptcy filing and the necessity for return of the garnished funds. Six (6) days later Debtors' counsel sent a follow-up letter to creditor's counsel, requesting immediate return of the garnished funds, as well as more.

Summary: 458 B.R. 717 (2011) In re Robert A. ONG and Donna L. Ong, Debtors. Charles Zebley, the Chapter 7 Trustee for the above-captioned debtors (hereafter "the Trustee"), commenced the adversary proceeding at Adversary No. 11-2266-BM to avoid an unrecorded mortgage of First Horizon Loans (hereafter "First Horizon") on real property owned by the instant debtors (hereafter "the Debtors"). The Trustee seeks to avoid the Mortgage pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 544(a)(3) on the basis that it was not properly more.

Summary: 152 B.R. 57 (1993) In re MECHEM FINANCIAL INC., Debtor. On February 28, 1990, Scott, who was a minority shareholder of the Debtor, filed a Complaint in Equity in the Court of Common Pleas of Erie County, Pennsylvania against the Debtor, its officers, directors and majority shareholders and certain holders of trust funds, whereby Scott sought the following relief: (a) appointment of a custodian to prevent further mismanagement, waste and dissipation of trust funds and further illegal, oppressive more.